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WATCH: Police set up incident caravan and search widens for missing Inverness man


By Louise Glen

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Inspector Les Davidson with photo of George Critch. Picture: Gary Anthony
Inspector Les Davidson with photo of George Critch. Picture: Gary Anthony

Police have set up an incident caravan at Dunain Woods in the search for missing Inverness man George Critch.

The 63–year–old man was last seen yesterday, Wednesday at 1pm in the Kinmylies area.

Police have issued a plea for dash cam and home CCTV videos from the area yesterday in a bid to understand Mr Critch's movements.

Mr Critch was last seen around 1pm on Wednesday June 9, in the Kinmylies area.

He is described as being 6ft tall, of medium build with white short hair and white stubble.

He was last seen wearing a black tracksuit trousers, navy Scotland t-shirt, black jacket, black trainers and has glasses which he may or may not be wearing.

Inspector Les Davidson, of Inverness Police Station, said: “We are growing increasingly concerned for George’s welfare and I am appealing to anyone who may have seen him or has any information on his whereabouts to get in touch.

George Critch.
George Critch.

“I would appeal to anyone in the Great Glen Way area who has a Ring doorbell or CCTV to get in touch, as you may have captured something that may assist our enquiry. Also anyone who was driving in the Kinmylies or Great Glen Way area between 1pm and 5pm yesterday and may have dashcam footage which could assist is urged to contact police.

“A police incident caravan has been set up at the top of Great Glen Way in Inverness and anyone with information relating to sightings of George can attend there to speak directly with officers. Alternatively, anyone with information which could assist can call 101, quoting incident 2414 of 9 June.”

READ: Police widen search for missing Inverness man in Dunain Woods at the top of the Great Glen Way



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